The new tariff plan from Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has changed the DTH and cable industry forever. It also has major impact on broadcasters and TV channels. The major focus of the new scheme of TRAI has been to award complete choice in the hands of customers. However, it seems to have ignored the
Currently, there isn’t any use. But hope to get more and more 4K content in near future. If you can spend those extra bucks to buy a 4K TV in anticipation of future, then why not invest for 4K Set Top Box as well. For non-4K TV sets, there isn’t any requirement at all.
First of all, you must understand that no broadcaster in India is providing content in 4K. Hence, to enjoy real 4K you need to rely upon 4K content available online. For Set Top Box, I will recommnd you to opt for Tata Sky 4K Connection (Tata Sky Ultra HD with 1 month Pack- 4K Set
First of all, I would like to clarify that Jio is not launching DTH services. It does not even has a DTH license. What Jio may launch is TV through internet. Secondly, I will suggest that do not go for the Reliance Big TV offer as of now. First of all, they have not shared
There are in total 7 DTH Companies in India, namely, Dish TV, Tata Sky, Videocon, Airtel, Reliance, Sun and DD. Out of these 7, Reliance’s Big TV is not available or very rarely available in market DD Direct carries only Free to Air channels Sun Direct have their operations curtailed to South India and though,